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Cord won't retract or pull out. It is out about half way.

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  • This is a common problem with retractable cords. Now because yours is not all the way pulled out you may be able to get it to go back in by giving it a quick **** on the cord. Not a long pull , but a quick tug! and it may release the jam. If not it will need to come apart and fixed. I will need the make and model in order to give you step by step instructions on this. Bissell makes many different makes and models and they are all slightly different from one another. so if this works for you great, if not write back with the make and model and I will give you step by step instructions on how to do this.

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